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Dec 29, 2012 6:00pm EST
. he wasn't in elective position but he worked very hard in the public space. he decided to give a radio broadcast to support himself. it was daily, five days a week, about three minutes a day. he gave over 1,000 in the late 1970s. he would stop them to campaign for the presidency in late '75 and '76. when he was defeated by gerald ford at the republican convention in '76 he turned back to the radio broadcasts and continued them until the fall of '79. he also had a newspaper column, which you may remember; first copley news services and later king features syndicated those columns, and they were biweekly by the late '70s. the radio broadcasts were -- many of them were written by reagan. we found over 670 in his own handwriting in the archives. he could--he probably wrote more. that's what we found in the archives that--they were saved. c-span: so when you opened that box up, those first boxes, that's what you were looking at. >> guest: that's what--that's what i saw. but then there were other things as well. there's a section in the book titled other writings. it includes childho
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